Season 1, Episode 4

Dallas

Emeril explores the landmark restaurants that made Dallas great, stopping at Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse, the rib joint that perfected hickory-smoked Texas barbecue. Then he heads to the roadside diner called The Mecca where he sinks his teeth into a catcher's mitt-sized cinnamon roll and "migas," a southwestern egg-and-tortilla specialty. He completes the trip with a stop at El Fenix, whose original owners introduced Tex-Mex cuisine almost a hundred years ago.
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